The administration has already taken the first step to accommodate President-elect Trump’s positions, agreeing Friday to take a timeout on President Obama’s push to kick-start his 2014 deportation amnesty.
In documents filed with a federal judge in Texas the Justice Department said that in light of the new management that will take over next year, the case should be suspended.
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Time For Truth: (The Washington Times) – Obama halts amnesty push in court, bows to incoming Trump administration
The government’s appeal against the High Court ruling that MPs must vote on triggering Brexit will be heard in the Supreme Court from 5 December.
It will last four days, with the decision expected in the new year.
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Time For Truth: (BBC News) – Brexit court ruling appeal date set for 5 December
The slow-drip release of e-mails from Hillary Clinton’s time as secretary of state may drag on beyond the first term of the next president, according to a timetable presented in court Monday by a Justice Department lawyer.
It may take five years for the State Department and other government agencies to vet, redact and release the remaining messages recovered from Clinton’s private e-mail server as well as those found more recently on a laptop used by a top aide, based on the pace proposed by Justice Department lawyer Lisa Olson.
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A top sharia court has been accused of using its position to ‘sabotage’ criminal charges brought against men accused of domestic violence.
The Muslim Arbitration Tribunal (Mat), based in Nuneaton, Warwickshire, was set up in 2007 to help resolve civil and family disputes in accordance with Islamic law.
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Time For Truth: (Daily Mail) – British Sharia Court 'Protects Wife-Beating Suspects' Women's Rights Group Claims
Federal prosecutors brought charges on Thursday against dozens of people accused of taking part in a giant international crime ring that relied on Indian telephone call centers to bilk thousands of Americans out of more than $300 million.
While service calls routed to phone banks in India have become a frequent annoyance for American consumers — as well as comic inspiration for late-night television hosts — the Justice Department revealed a darker side to the operations in an 81-page indictment unsealed in federal court in Houston.
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Time For Truth: (The New York Times) – U.S. Indicts Dozens in $300 Million Indian Call Center Scheme